potentially sacrificing the small “p” productivity of a single task or project, for the large “P” productivity of consistent sleep.
At scale, the impact of each employee’s sleep quality can critically impact the success of a business.
truggling with sleep more than once a week, and waking up exhausted.
Sacrificing sleep is tempting, but damaging
“I could reach my goals if only I didn’t need to sleep.” The wish is understandable.
not sacrificing their team’s sleep or well-being for the sake of short term
Constant sprints or marathons are ineffective.
Consider making sleep a topic of focus within your broader L&D investment.
Flexible schedules that allow employees to influence their own working hours help ensure multiple chronotypes have the opportunity to thrive.
Collecting data on individual sleep can be as simple as including questions related to employee sleep amount and sleep quality on annual surveys.
“no meeting Fridays,”
to create “work blocks”
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